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🚀Want to TRANSFORM Your Forehand Using a Revolutionary NEW & Proven System? Click here to learn more➡️ 🤍 How To FIX - 5 Most COMMON Tennis Forehand Mistakes & Gain Massive Forehand Power | Tennis Forehand In this Tennis Forehand Lesson, you're going to learn the 5 Most Common Mistakes Players make on their forehand and exactly how you can fix them to gain massive power & spin! 00:00 - Intro 00:36 - Mistake 5 02:13 - Mistake 4 03:28 - Mistake 3 05:16 - Mistake 2 07:12 - Mistake 1 Follow me on Social Media❤️️ Instagram ► 🤍 Like this? Subscribe here ► 🤍 Want more advanced coaching? Check out ► 🤍
Hit The Perfect Forehand in 5 Steps - Tennis Forehand Masterclass #tennis The forehand in tennis is the most important shot after the serve and return. That's why it's very important to work on, and master, the forehand. In this tennis lesson, Coach Simon Konov of Top Tennis Training will show you how to hit the perfect forehand in five steps, a true tennis forehand masterclass. Tennis Forehand Grips The foundation of any player's forehand is the way they hold the racket, the grip. We have three main forehand grips in tennis, the eastern forehand grip, the semi-western forehand grip, and the western forehand grip. Most ATP and WTA tennis pros use the semi-western forehand grip. Roger Federer and Juan Martin Del Potro use an eastern forehand grip. Jack Sock and Nick Kyrgios use a Western forehand grip. We recommend using the semi-western grip as it allows you to produce topspin and also flatten out the forehand. It also makes dealing with low, medium, and high balls easy. The Ready Position on your Forehand The ready position is how you wait with your racket when doing a split step. Try to hold the racket with your forehand grip, as you'll want to cover 60-70% of the court with your forehand. The racket head should be above the grip of the racket and the non-hitting hand should be either on the throat of the racket or the top of the grip. Coiling The Upper Body As early as possible, try to coil the upper body. Coiling the upper body means that you turn your left shoulder towards the oncoming ball, storing energy in the core muscles. This unit turn also ensures the racket starts its swing toward the power position. The quicker you coil, the more time you'll create on the shot. Reaching A Perfect Power Position Once you've coiled the upper body and moved towards the ball, you'll want to reach an ideal power position. Typically, a good power position will include the racket head being above the grip level, the arm away from the body, the non-hitting arm stretched across the body, helping to track the oncoming ball, and the legs loaded, ready to drive into the shot. Forehand Lag From the power position, the legs and trunk will then initiate the forward phase of the forehand swing. With a loose arm and wrist, this unloading of the legs and uncoiling of the upper body will result in the racket head lagging behind the arm and grip of the racket. This lag phase will give you additional leverage or force over the ball. Contact Point Try to make contact out in front of your body. When you make contact in front, the entire body can support the racket during the strike zone and both eyes can track the ball onto the strings. Follow Through and Finish After the contact point, it's all about finishing your forehand in an arm-friendly way. There are different finishes you can use and each one serves a purpose, but in general, the across-the-chest finish is the one you'll want to master and use the most often. Have the elbow bend and come across the chest with the racket finishing wrapped around your body. In the forehand masterclass, Coach Simon will cover all of these forehand topics: 1. Tennis forehand grips 2. Forehand ready position 3. Coil and uncoil on the forehand 4 The unit turn on the forehand 5. The poser position on the forehand 6. Forehand stances 7. The load and explode on the forehand 8. How to use your legs properly on the forehand 9. Forehand lag and how to achieve this 10. The contact point on the forehand 11. The windsheild wiper motion on the forehand 12. Follow through and forehand finishes Video Timeline: 00:00 - Lesson Intro 00:26 - Tennis Forehand Grips 01:30 - The Ready Position 02:52 - Coiling on the Forehand 05:09 - Power Position 06:40 - Loading the Legs 06:57 - Forehand Stances 08:08 - Forehand Lag 10:10 - Contact Point on the Forehand 10:40 - Follow Through and Finish #tennis #forehand #toptennistraining
🤍 How To Hit The Perfect Tennis Forehand In 5 Simple Steps. In this video, Top Tennis Training coach Simon Konov will help you hit the perfect tennis forehand in five simple to follow steps. The tennis forehand can be complex as there are so many aspects to focus on. The grip lays the foundation for your swing path and the style of forehand you will be able to hit so it's crucial you find the correct grip to suit your game. We recommend using the semi-western forehand grip as this allows for good levels of topspin but also the ability to flatten out the tennis forehand shot if you want to attack. Five Steps To The Perfect Forehand 1. Good Ready Position - Having a good ready position with the racket head higher than the grip level, holding the throat or grip with your non-hitting hand and set up with the racket in the middle of your body will set you up perfectly for the rest of the stroke. Having a poor ready position will cost you valuable time and make the swing more complicated. 2. Unit Turn - As early as possible after you recognize the ball is coming to your forehand side, try to turn your upper body sideways onto the ball/net. This will be your left shoulder if you're a right-handed player. This unit turn will help you prepare the racket into the back position without having to swing as much with your arm alone and also engage the core muscles to help you have the coil - uncoil motion of the trunk later in the stroke. 3. Good Power Position - Reaching a good power or back position with the racket head higher than the grip level will create good leverage in the racket and arm. The non-hitting hand should be across the body helping you balance the upper body but also tracking the oncoming ball. 4. Racket Lag - Creating a good racket lag where the head of the racket lags behind the grip will give you that leverage over the ball that you need for extra power and control. This action should happen naturally without forcing the wrist to bend, it should happen as a result of the stroke mechanics but also by setting up in a good power position, you set the foundation for creating good racket lag on the tennis forehand. 5. Good Follow Through and Finish - A poor follow through and finish can destroy the stroke but also lead to injury. During the contact zone, you want the racket to be accelerating and not slowing down unless you're absorbing power on the shot. For the most part, you want the racket traveling through the contact point with good speed and you want to finish the follow-through at the very end of the maximum swing path. A good finish will help the muscles relax in a natural way and reduce the risk of injury. Video timeline: 00:00 - Intro 00:20 - Tennis Forehand Grips 00:58 - Ready Position (step one) 3:11 - Coiling The Body (step two) 4:48 - Power Position (step three) 7:46 - Racket Lag (step four) 10:34 - Follow Through (step five) Subscribe to our channel here - 🤍 Make sure you turn on the notification bell 🔔 #Tennis #TennisForehand #TennisLesson
This week we look into how to hit forehand tips and tricks from Venus Williams. I will begin a series of tennis tutorials that will hopefully help you improve your game. Let me know in the comments what kind of tennis tips you'd like to see. Thanks for watching! Mentioned In This Video: Starter racquet for beginners ➤ 🤍 Wilson Blade Racquet used in this video ➤ 🤍 King Richard Clothing Collection ➤ 🤍 Eleven By Venus Activewear ➤ 🤍 Follow Me: INSTAGRAM ➤ 🤍 FACEBOOK ➤ 🤍 TWITTER ➤ 🤍
Using your hand, forearm and arm together will allow you to maximize your speed and strength without “forcing” it. #tennisclass #thecoach #conseilstennis #tennisfr _ Subscribe to my channel for more immersive tennis coaching sessions. For even more tips, join my email list 👉 patrick.mouratoglou.com Follow me on social media 👇 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 THE COACH Patrick
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In this video, I'm going to show you what Novak showed me to improve my forehand that's going to help you improve your forehand too. One of the biggest things is how he prepares for the ball. So if you want your forehand to be more solid check this lesson out. Want more forehand power? Watch this video: 🤍 Follow us online: Learn why you're not Hitting Solid And Repeatable Groundstrokes Consistently: 🤍 Facebook Private Group: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
ATP Forehands Compilation in Slow Motion - Tennis Forehand Slow Motion. In this video, you'll see slow-motion forehands of Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Stan Wawrinka, Kei Nishikori, David Goffin, Grigor Dimitrov, Gael Monfils, Feliciano Lopez, Alex Zverev, Dominic Thiem, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Tommy Robredo, Andrey Rublev and more ATP forehands in slow motion. For more videos like this, subscribe to the channel and visit our brand new website at 🤍 Big things are coming very soon!
Get the Intuitive Tennis iPhone/iPad App 👉 🤍 Get the Intuitive Tennis Android App 👉 🤍 In this beginner tennis lesson, I teach my student Anna how to hit the forehand, backhand and the serve. If you have never played before you can follow the tips in this video to get started with tennis. 0:00 Beginner Forehand 7:09 Beginner Backhand 11:31 Changing Grips 15:33 Beginner Serve This video is not sponsored. Some product links are affiliate links which means if you buy something, I’ll receive a small commission. 🎾 Get 10% OFF on Kirschbaum Strings & Grips (ENTER CODE INTUITIVETENNIS AT CHECKOUT) 🤍 🎾 Improve Your Swing Path with the Topspin Pro 🤍 🎾 Improve Your Ball Tracking with the Functional Tennis Saber 👉🏻 🤍 Tennis Equipment Reviews: 🤍 🖱 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS LIKE THIS 👉🏻 🤍 🤜🤛 Share this video 👉 🤍 🎾 Second YouTube Channel 👉 🤍 🎾 Premium Content 👉 🤍 🎾 Video Analysis 👉 🤍 🎾 Instagram 👉 🤍 🎾 TikTok 👉 🤍 🎾 Twitter 👉 🤍 🎾 Facebook 👉 🤍 #intuitivetennis #tennislesson
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Forehand Compilation in Slow Motion (2023) [4K 120fps][Front View] Carlos Alcaraz | Daniil Medvedev | Casper Ruud | Andrey Rublev | Dominic Thiem | Stefanos Tsitsipas | Holger Rune | Jannik Sinner | Félix Auger-Aliassime | Alexander Zverev Forehand Compilation 2023 | slow motion (Part 2) 🤍 ⬇More Forehand Slow Motions! (2023)⬇ Carlos Alcaraz | Forehand & Backhand 🤍 Casper Ruud - Forehand & Backhand 🤍 Lorenzo Musetti | Forehand & Backhand 🤍 Daniil Medvedev | Forehand & Backhand 🤍 Taylor Fritz | Forehand & Backhand 🤍 Forehand compilation 2021 | slow motion 🤍 0:00 Forehand Compilation Opening 0:16 Carlos Alcara 0:58 Daniil Medvedev 1:42 Casper Ruud 3:02 Andrey Rublev 3:59 Dominic Thiem 5:17 Stefanos Tsitsipas 6:40 Holger Rune 7:23 Jannik Sinner 8:02 Félix Auger-Aliassime 8:25 Alexander Zverev SUBSCRIBE to our channel for the best Slow motion tennis videos. 🤍 *Reproducing all or any part of the contents is prohibited without the author's permission. #Tennis #Forehand #slowmotion
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Ma Long's forehand technique is one of the best forehand techniques in the world. His technique is almost perfect. Today, we will learn the textbook, the classic forehand topspin of Ma Long. ♥️ If you like my video, please join our community: 🤍 Special thanks to Beijing Sport University, MaLongFamilyFC. Without their help, we can not finish this tutorial. Special thanks to Jochen for the German subtitle. The commentary / editing style is unique and for educational purposes. We have permission from the original footage and images used in the videos. © Copyright of PingSunday. Please do not reupload the content. For any cooperation, request, or content infringement, please email us at: emratthich🤍pingsunday.com Contact us on Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) at: 🤍coachpingsunday ►LOVE MY VIDEOS? ├ Making tutorial videos require a lot of time and effort. ├ Offer me a coffee for my Saturday night. I appreciate your support. └ 🤍 ►SUBSCRIBE ├ coach EmRatThich's YouTube Channel └ 🤍 ►FREE COACHING TIPS ├ I spent a lot of time writing free table tennis lessons here └ 🤍 ►THANK YOU PATRONS 👍 🤍tuxedopong Devrim Uner Marco Malvaldi Hellbender Mark Afuso Jon Ferguson nivekkan Keith W Heintzleman jeffrey cook Alexander Zaytsev Hüseyin Adalar .... and many others. 🏓 #乒乓球 #卓球 #tabletennis
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Welcome Matt back to the channel! The last time Matt and I played a singles set was about a year and a half ago, back when he was still rated as a USTA 5.0. Since then he's been downgraded to a USTA 4.5 by the system lol. He plays a steady baseline grinding game and hits a one-handed backhand. I'm a USTA 4.5 and play a similar baseline game but with a two-handed backhand. Leave some nice comments below for Matt and me for playing this set on The Challenge Court! Over 90% of you who watch my videos are not subscribed, so if you're one of them hit the SUBSCRIBE button to help me reach 100k subs next! Ratings: Winston - USTA 4.5 Matt - USTA 4.5 Instagrams: 🤍mattmiller0207 🤍winstonddu 🤍thechallengecourt Matt's racket: 🤍 Matt's strings: 🤍 Winston's racket: 🤍 Winston's strings: 🤍 Timestamps 0:00 - Intro 0:46 - Game Styles 1:41 - Equipment 3:02 - Set 23:37 - Outro 25:52 - Giveaway! Product Affiliates 🇺🇸 Tennis Warehouse: 🤍 🇪🇺 TW Europe: 🤍 Any sales will help the channel! Sigrún Clothing: 🤍 "WINSTON10" at checkout for 10% off! Liquid I.V.: 🤍 "WINSTON20" at checkout for 20% off and free shipping! Hyperice: 🤍 Use the link for 10% off! GEAU Sport: 🤍 "qt🤍xgthl!du23" at checkout for 10% off! Solinco: 🤍solincosports.com Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Amazon Affiliates Grrrip: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 External Battery: 🤍 #tennis #tennishighlights #ustatennis #tennismatch
🤍 Over the years, USPTA Master Professional Rick Macci has been training top athletes on how to hit the most effective forehand. Introduced by Rick for the first time in this episode, he explains that it's all about reducing the range of motion for a faster and more explosive forehand. He'll cover all the key points that you need to know and take a player from his old forehand to hitting the shot with this new and improved technique. This is an episode of "On Court with USPTA" that you just have to see! #USPTA #OnCourtWithUSPTA
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In table tennis is very important that you have good and powerful forehand loop (topspin). In this video you can see how Ma Long maximizes power of his stroke using his body. Content creator: Izet Tahirbegović (inMotion Table Tennis) Subscribe for more! Contact: instagram: 🤍 izet.tahirbegovic98🤍gmail.com
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Conventional wisdom says you should hit your approach shot down the line, even if that means hitting a backhand down the line, but the stats show you'll only win the point 53% of the time... What you want to do instead is run around your backhand, upgrade to a forehand, and hit your forehand approach cross court and approach on the diagonal... It seems counterintuitive, but when you approach like this you'll win 76% of your net approaches.
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